Reports

Four contemporary Belgian artists work on the borderline between two worlds, between the known and the unknown, blurring our benchmarks and making the spectator enter into the labyrinth of interpretation. They take the common sense, a shared repository of images and words, pure forms already seen before as starting points, to distort and transform them, make vibrate their forgotten monstrosity and present something stunning, surprising and confusing (“monster” comes from the Latin word “monstrare” which means to present, to show). Acting as editors (in the cinematographic sense) of space and the visible and troublemakers in the field of perception and the sense deriving from it, they draw a veil over the evident and the abstruse, to better explore the limits of certitude, the poetry of discrepancy and the unknown hypothesis.

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